Robert Pattinson On Twilight Reboot: They Should Do A P*rn Film

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Robert Pattinson On Twilight Reboot: They Should Do A P*rn Film
Maybe it’s his droll British charm or his constant effort to appear “down to earth” – but Robert Pattinson sure says some weird sh-t.

Total Film interviewed Rob, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner before the cheating scandal, which is a shame, because there’s not enough juicy tidbits about why K-Stew is a trampire.

Anyways, here’s Rob talking about Twilight and p*rn. Eat your heart out, Twihards.

“They should do it as a straight-up p*rn film. That would be so good…” says Rob on the future of the Twilight trilogy between tokes on his electronic cigarette. Yeah, he smokes one of those gross e-cigs. Still find him hot, Twihards!?

Other interesting moments from the interview include Rob talking about how Kristen describes him as “ridiculously ambitious.”

“I think I want to be [ridiculously ambitious], the difference between me and Kristen is that she can do a day of work and at the end of the day be like, ‘I did the absolute best I could. Satisfied.’ Whereas I don’t think I’ve ever had that day in my life,” says Rob.

“I don’t know who has the bigger ego in that case. Whether hers is bigger because she thinks what she did is fine, or whether mine’s bigger because I think I’m so great it’s never going to be good enough,” says Rob.

Gawwwd, what an obnoxious couple. I take back every Trampire comment I’ve ever made about K-Stew, these two are perfect for each other.

Speaking of egos, before Rob was a shut-in who was afraid of the media attention, he was pretty obsessed with his fame.

“I thought I was pretty cool after the first [Twilight],” says Rob, “Everyone gave a shit about you, but no-one knew who you were outside of that. So I spent eight months getting wasted with everyone thinking I was great. It was really fun. Becoming big now, you became insanely conservative. Terrified about everything. Now I just stay at home.”

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